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Yes, and Nectar

by Jon Gonzales

San Francisco Bay Area's Jon Gonzales displays catchy, ukulele hook-folk originals, with psychedelic satire, chime, and catchy melodies. Jon adds his musical flavor to lyrics created by author Tony Vigorito from novel "Love and Other Pranks".
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Hailing from the hills of Sonoma County in the San Francisco North Bay, Jon Gonzales records and performs ukulele hook-folk melodies for ALL humans to enjoy. Teamed with producer, recording engineer, and bassist Michael Lindner of Alley One Studio, Jon has become a popular mainstay as recording artist, entertainer, and organizer on the bohemian music scene of the North Bay.

Jon's music attracts listeners of all ages with his catchy hooks and lyrical twists. Songs "Yer So Beautiful" and "Oh Lucia" from his debut Water 'n Whiskey (2012 BMI) and "Green Grass 'n Shade" from Hump (2015 BMI) are highly-influenced by his songwriting idols Bob Dylan, Bono, Paul Simon, and authors Tom Robbins, Tony Vigorito, Khalil Gibran and Eckhart Tolle. Jon's songs are frequently aired on various radio stations in northern California, and performed live in various formats: solo, stringband (Jon Gonzales Stringband), and full band (Jon Gonzales 'n Family). Side projects include leading the Ukazookee Orchestra, and Spanky 'n Petunia (w/ vocalist Belle Sweeney).

Jon's 2016 efforts include Railroad Square Music Festival, Earlefest, the North Bay Ukulele Festival, an on-air video interview on KRCB's Sonoma Spotlight, a video interview with folk icon Bruce Cockburn, and an article in the Upbeat Times (Oct. 2016).

Jon also hosts the popular monthly series, Songwriters-in-the-Round in the intimate Abbey at the Hopmonk Tavern in Sebastopol, CA, attracting the talented songwriters of the north bay region. Along with fellow uke-ist Carissa Green, Jon hosted the inaugural North Bay Ukulele Festival in Santa Rosa, CA.in October 2016.

After living his childhood in suburban streets of Bakersfield, Jon got his degree and teaching credential in English at Sonoma State University, and has served as full-time teacher since 1999. In 2008, Jon picked up a ukulele, taught himself, and now you have today's emergent ukulele singer/songwriter.



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